Gwent Record Office
D.668.71 (bundle of loose folded sheets)
ELSG digital images & transcription
Jurors’ Presentments, April 1732, Clothy Hopkin
Urishay, Michaelchurch Escley, Peterchurch
Transcription of image 337
Easter presentments 1732
a bridge presented.
[These details were added to the dorse of the document by a later hand. Perhaps in 1818 ]
Transcription of image 338
Manerium de Clothie Hopkin.
Ad Curie visus franci pledgii cum curie baronis Johannij Delahay ar domini manerii predictii tente apud domum mansional Evani Jones iacen et existen apud Urish Hay inholder super vicesimo nono die Aprilis Anno regni domini nostril Georgij secundi Regis nunc Magne Brittannie etc. quinto Annoque domini 1732.
Coram Job Gilbert
Imprimis We the jurors above named be sworn & impanneled doe upon our oaths say & present that all persons that have been summoned to appeare here this day to serve on the jury & that have made default (To be in the lord’s mercy & amerce them at 3s per caput tenants not sommond that have made default 2s per caput resiants 3s per caput.
Idem Wee the said juriors doo say and present that William Beavan butcher now living in Peter Church, hath lately the lawfull pound belonging into this manner and wee the said jurors doe ameareth him the said William in the summe of ten shillings.
Item Wee also doe present the Carpenters Kaepentres Bridg being a way leading to Trilees Hop alias Trenant it being very much out of repaire to the great damage of the inhabitants of that village and order the said bridge be repaired by Jane Jones & William Jones on or before the first of August next on pains of 5s each.
Richd . Watkins
Johannes Price et Willielmus Harr[ies]
jur. afferr. et contin. pen. [ ]
ELSG image accession ref. cwmbran1 - 337 & 338
Transcription details are based on the work of Dewi Bowen Williams, see http://www.ewyaslacy.org.uk/Michaelchurch-Escley-and-Peterchurch/Manorial-Court-Records-for-the-Manors-of-Clothy-Hopkin-Urishay-Trenant-amp-Wellbrook/1466-1833/tg_mic_0127
For zoomable images see http://www.ewyaslacy.org.uk/docs/rs_ewy_0060_1.pdf